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Blog Archives: January 2018 — December 2018

Advent 2018

December 04, 2018
CCPC
  In the Gospels, Jesus has a lot to say about His Advent. He knows why He came, Who sent Him, why He was sent in the way He was sent, His mission, what was not included in His mission, the motives behind His mission, why he was born in a common manger, and why the angels said, "For unto you is born this day in the city of David, a Savior, who is Christ the Lord."  As we begin our season of Advent this Sunday join us as we will celebrate His coming and reflect on Jesus' own explanation of His Advent.  

One Word

October 28, 2018
CCPC
We are beginning a new series of five messages. The series is entitled, "One Word". We will look at five words, one at a time. These are Greek or Hebrew Biblical words that are beautiful and significant; words like Shalom, Maranatha, and Koinonia. First in the series is the word "Selah". It is found 71 times in the Psalms and has a beautiful basic meaning: It means Pause and weighs the truth of what you have just heard. Sunday we will look at Psalm 46 (it mentions "Selah" three times) and together we will Pause and Be Still and Know that He ...

Gospel Rhythms

September 05, 2018
Travis Marsh
God designed us to live in rhythm with Him. Sin has disrupted this rhythm. Jesus rescues us from this breakdown in human flourishing and establishes us in proper relationship to God and His rhythm for our life. Our want is to intimately meet with Jesus every day as we grow deeper in our union with Him. The first three weeks of the series will focus on daily practices that will bring renewal to our soul. The second half of the series will teach us how to go out into the world and walk with Christ bringing the gospel to the world. Join us ...

Church for Everyone

April 13, 2018
Travis Marsh
The letter of Ephesians was written to help people gain an understanding of Jesus and His church. Paul was an early leader in the church and it was his responsibility to establish new churches in towns where they had never been before. At the time the letters in the New Testament were written, "the church" was a brand new thing. New Believers did not know what they were doing or how to go about growing their faith, much less how to share the gospel message of Jesus.   Paul’s most beloved church was the church in Ephesus. He spent his ...

Great Prayers in the Bible

March 13, 2018
Travis Marsh
The first prayer we will look at is the kind of prayer you might pray when you are humbled by tragic circumstances of your own making. In these moments, we often have our greatest clarity of thinking, we see reality and our own weaknesses and some of us finally call out to God for help. An example of this kind of prayer in the Bible is Samson’s one and only humble and faith-filled prayer (Judges 16:28). The prayer comes at the tragic end of his life yet this request is everything God intended for Samson's destiny. God had designed, purposed ...

Ruth - Common People Living By Faith

February 05, 2018
Travis Marsh
Ruth is a love story. It provides a glimpse into the world of common everyday people who are used by God to move forward in His plan to rescue the world. This is a book championing the human journey in serving God faithfully through loss, fear, struggle, and want. It is a story ultimately about the provision of the Lord both in His redeeming love and His power to restore all things to right order. Ruth offers hope and wisdom to tackle the everyday moments in life and provide insight for growing in Christ. Join us as we walk through the book ...

Trouble Nextdoor

January 04, 2018
Marty Scales
From the beginning of time, we humans have had trouble with each other. The intensity, fierceness or public revelation of that inter-human trouble comes in many different gradations; some of us are covert while others are undisguised about their distress. Over the next four weeks, we would like to address some of the common troubles we humans have with each other, the agitation and unpleasantness that is often revealed using social media. We will ask ourselves: How would Jesus instruct us to act and/or react when these kinds of troubles ...

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